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How to Register

If you are not a University of Pittsburgh student, but you are enrolled as a student at one of these Pittsburgh colleges and universities:

›  Carlow College
›  Carnegie Mellon University
›  Chatham College
›  Community College of Allegheny County
›  Duquesne University
›  LaRoche College
›  Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
›  Point Park College
›  Robert Morris College

you can cross-register for a class in the Less-Commonly-Taught-Language Center through a program provided by the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education.

Contact the registrar’s office at your college or university for instructions on how to cross-register.

Post-Baccalaureate Student status is if you have already completed your bachelors or are currently enrolled as a degree-seeking student at another college or university and want to take a few undergraduate level (no graduate level) classes at the University of Pittsburgh, you must apply through the College of General Studies.”

Students may be referred to the website for more information.

Non-degree Student status is for those who wish to take a course(s) for personal enrichment but are not currently pursuing a degree (at any institution).

In either case, to register for a course in the Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Center, you must apply to the College of General Studies and enroll at the University of Pittsburgh.

The American Sign Language (ASL) Studies Certificate and the Arabic Language and Linguistics Certificate are only available to students currently pursuing an undergraduate degree. Graduate students and non-degree-seeking students are not eligible to enroll in LCTL Certificate programs.

If you are not enrolled in one of the participating colleges or universities and would like to take one of our courses you must enroll at Pitt as a post-baccalaureate student or a non-degree student.

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